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Grace Pelé

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Biography updated on 03/23/22
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General Info

NameGrace Pelé
Telephone #1-403-975-2468
Date of Birth 3/5/2004
LocationCalgary, Alberta, Canada
CoachTyler Myles, Kim Slopak-Weeks
tyler_myles@rogers.com ; kimijoe@shaw.ca
Will relocate?yes
Wants to compete...

Dance at the level(s):

Physical Info

Height5'2"  /  157 cm
Weight115 lbs  /  52 kg
Eye ColorGreen
Hair ColorBrown

Compulsory DanceDiamond
Free DanceInterpretive: Gold
Moves In the FieldSkills: Gold
Competitive History

CompetitionLevel & CategoryPlacement
2021 Championnats québecois d’étéJunior (RD only)2 / 6
2020 Canadian NationalsNovice7 / 15
2019 Canada Winter GamesPre-Novice2 / 8
Short Answers
Q: What are your skating goals, both short-term and long-term?
I am looking for a partner who shares my passion for ice dance and competing. Together, I want to grow, develop, and build a trusting partnership.

My short term goal is to compete and be successful on the JGP circuit and at Junior Worlds. My long term goal is to compete and be successful on the world stage at the senior level.
Q: What qualities do you possess that would make you a good partner?
I am passionate, focused, and hardworking. I pick things up quickly and am eager to learn. I understand what is required to improve both on a personal level and as a team, and I am willing to put in extra hours both on and off the ice to accomplish that.
Extra comments:
I was a competitive singles skater for many years before starting ice dance and then skated and competed in both dance and singles for 2 years. In singles, I competed up to the novice level and was coached by Jeff Langdon. I learned a lot about the benefits of hard work and was able to land a double axel and got close on some triples. I stopped competing in singles at the end of 2019.

I have been ice dancing for 5 years, competing in pre-novice, novice, and junior for a short season and the following summer during the pandemic. One of the highlights of my skating career was competing at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in ice dance where my partner and I won the silver medal.

Although I only have Canadian citizenship, I would be open to representing another country. I am also fluent in French.